I wanted to let everyone know that if you are researching the Mawhinney families that made Lepreau, Charlotte County, New Brunswick home during the 1881 Canadian census, you may have missed this data because the Mawhinney name is misspelled in many instances.The Parish Lepreau census data that I have seen lists the Mawhinney's that are from my family line as "Mowheny".
The census data that I am referencing can be found at the "Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints" website at:"http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp". Look up "Mowheny".Other names are misspelled also, such as: Corscadden (Coweaden), Wenn (Wen) and Thorpe (Thorp).
I have found my Mawhinney's in the 1881 Canadian Census; Lepreau, Charlotte County, New Brunswick; FHL # 1375815; NA film # C-13179; District 26; Sub-district B; page #'s 13, 15, 16, 17 as "Mowheny's".
These Mawhinney's emigrated to New Brunswick during the late 1820's to early 1830's from County Derry, Ireland.They and their descendents are easily found in the 1891 census for the same Parish.My line comes through Robert "Robin" Mawhinney (1795-1882) and his sons Wilson (1829-1922), Robert G. (1837-1923) and John (1824-1886) Mawhinney.